This victim of Nazi inhumanity still rests in the position in which he died, attempting to rise and escape his horrible death. He was one of 150 prisoners savagely burned to death by Nazi SS troops.
A Soviet soldier stands frozen to death during the Russo-Finnish conflict of 1939, also known as The Winter War.
A ten-year-old Polish girl named Kazimiera Mika mourns over her sister’s body. She was killed by German machine-gun fire while picking potatoes in a field outside Warsaw, Poland, in September of 1939.
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Post-mortem change in the eye, the so-called “tache noire”. These are brown areas of scleral drying caused by failure to close after death.
On July 22, 1975, photograph Stanley J. Forman working for the Boston Herald American newspaper when a police scanner picked up an emergency: “Fire on Marlborough Street!” Forman shot the picture of a young woman, Diana Bryant, and a very young girl, Tiare Jones when they fell helplessly. Diana Bryant was pronounced dead at the scene. The young girl lived.
A manual strangulation case.
The most frightening thing I have ever heard on the internet.
This 17 year old boy, killed his mother and sister while his father was away on business. He is so calm through the whole call, it’s just terrifying, knowing that any person, anyone around you right this very moment could be like this.
The 911 operator was also amazing. These people are normally very rude (from my experiences) and because of her brave soul, and skill of staying calm no matter the circumstances she talked him into calmly walking out and giving into the police.
From The “Star Telegram Report” found here.
An operator answers and asks Evans to describe his emergency.
“Uh,” he says evenly, “I just killed my mom and my sister.”
“What?” the operator said, clearly alarmed.
She quickly regains control and gets his name, age, address and the location of the gun.
She also asks why he attacked his family.
“It’s weird,” he says. “I wasn’t even angry with them. It just kind of happened. I’ve been kind of planning on killing for a while now.”
“The two of them?” the operator asks. “Or just anybody?”
“Pretty much just anybody.”
Emotion grows in Evans’ voice as he describes the killings.
“This is really going to mess me up in the future,” he says, “but you see, my sister, I told my sister that my mom needed her. She was in her room and she came out of her room and, uh, I, I shot her. And she rolled down the stairs and I shot her again. And then I went down and I shot my mom about maybe three or four times.
“I’ll never forget this, but my, uh, sister, she came down the stairs and she was screaming and I was telling her that I’m sorry but that this, hold still, that, you know, I was just going to just make it go away, you know. But she just kept on freaking out.
“But finally she fell down and I shot her in the head probably three times.”